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Marymound’s Funds for Fun 50/50 Raffle

We are so excited to share that we've launched a 50/50 raffle, Marymound’s Funds For Fun! Click here to buy tickets Proceeds from this draw will go directly towards supporting summer activities for the youth Marymound supports. This includes swimming lessons, trips to...

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Surviving her past and thriving

Candace was born in Opaskwayak Cree Nation in The Pas, Manitoba. She first lived with her birth parents, and later with her mother and three siblings. Her aunt also lived with them until Candace was four-years-old. A violent outside influence was allowed in the home...

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An inspiring story of recovery

Marymound’s diverse youth care services offer urgent short-term and long-term care that help shape positive outcomes for children and youth in need. Nicole was one of those children who accessed our youth care services at a pivotal time in her life. Nicole’s story is...

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Janay’s long and winding road

Originally from Sandy Bay Reserve, Janay had to grow up quickly. Under the care of her great grandmother at two years of age, she was put into the system after her great grandmother passed away when Janay was 11-years-old. She had brief placements during that time...

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Jacob gains new outlook on learning and life

Jacob is unlike any ordinary youth, and it was his uniqueness that made it difficult to fit into the public school system. The resulting inner turmoil caused him to lash out and make some poor choices and soon after Jacob came to Marymound School from the Seven Oaks...

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Marymound School enabled student to play to strengths

In 2017, concerned parents Chad and Lana Taylor spoke with the principal of Marymound about their son Ashtyn who was struggling with behavioural and learning issues in the public school system due to his autism. They were instructed to follow the process in place...

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Different paths to learning

Marymound has created a specialized learning centre called Pathways on Henderson Highway in Winnipeg that provides support for Marymound School students to make easier transitions in a setting that encourages goal-focused learning and planning. “We recognized that a...

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Her next move is stability

Carlene Flett lived in Lac du Bonnet until she was three-years-old, when her parents separated. Her Mom then moved to Winnipeg with Carlene and her three siblings. Her parents faced some difficult times and Carlene was placed in the foster care system at the age of...

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Marymound to become leader in Trauma Informed Care

Marymound has been offered the very unique opportunity to be the first organization to pilot a trauma-informed organizational model called P.R.E.S.E.N.C.E* created by world-renowned trauma expert Dr. Sandra Bloom and her partner Sarah Yanosy. According to Dr. Bloom,...

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